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VOL. IX. NO. 1326.
S' THE DAILY BDLLETIS
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XAKBB. Kokai Jewelry specialty. farUculai
attention paid to all kinds ot repairs
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HONOLULU IBON WOBKB,
Btbax Ejcoimbs, Bdoab Mills, Boilbrs,
OOOLBBS. IBOK, BBABS AMD liBAD
Machinery ot Every Description Mbqo to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blacksmlthlng. Job Work executed at
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMTOT & SONS.
Agents for Hawaiian Island.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bts.
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Pino Carriages & Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours.
j. s. andrade,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
0. Allen k Port SU., Boaolulo.
Look At Tbis
Fine Soft Kid Button ,
Boot, new diamond tip '
and Spanish arch, only
Out of Sight 1
Elegant French Kid Ox
ford, Pump solo, potent
back stay, for
Our stock of
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to bo the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. 0. Box 287. Fort Btrcet.
For Sale or Lease
THE VALUABLE PltOPEHTY ON
Queen street known as "John Ilola
bola's." There am Fivo Cottages on the
property and room for two or tli-ee more.
A good Investment (or a person who can
give persons! attention to securing tenants
and collecting routs. For further parti
culars apply to J. 0. CAHTKK,
203 Merchant st'f et.
Honolulu, April 3, UOi. 1301-lw
S. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
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HOUSE & LOT
Corner of Beretanla and I'ensncola
streets, opposite the. Ice Works.
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HONOLUU', H I., MONDAY, APRIL 29. 1895
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First Consignment of BOCK .BEKK
From the Fredcrloksber? Brewing Co.
of Ban Jose, Cul.
1300 WM. CUNNINGHAM. lw
Buach Bouse To Let!
AFUItNISHED HOUBK tjJ. .
Is to let or lease nt irrfkLiiL
Wnlktkl beach, a few mtn- MtqnQnSk.
ntes1' walk from the trum- TI'rYliiln
car. It has Cook Houto, Bath Hono unii
Qood Sea Buthlng. llomeliold Utensilt
nnd Dishes are all complete. Booms inn;
bo let with buthlng privileges, If the wholV
premises are not taken.
Have other Mniuc In town and suburbs
to let, furnished and unfurnished.
Also Building lxjts for al.
Inquire o( DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf '. Merclmnt streot.
HO YEN KEE & CO..
t Nun,, n Hlri
Tinsmithb, Plumbinu. Btc.
OKOOKKKT and OI.ABRWAHK.
WiiF.nEAS, Mr. L. Beicke of 51 Mer
chant Streot, and well-known iu
Honolulu, did complain, boforo a
largo audience on Monday night
last in the old Armory, on the cor
ner of Dorutania ami Punchbowl
Streets, that Ithoutnatism had
boon torturing him for the past
30 years, Mr. Beicko stated that
he had tried evorrthiuK ho know
of to obtain relief but all muled iu
failure, SngUAii upon bciuK ap
plied to, immediately suggested
that tho Kheiimatism had Ijcou in
possession quite long enough, and
prococded to give it notice to quit
by applying tho Skquaii Ojl to
tho parts alllicted and iu tho pro
souce of a number of geutlemuu
from tho audieuco relieved tho
sufferer from his torture; and,
Wuekkas, the said Mr. Beicke, pre
vious to the treatment, could not
walk without the aid of a stout
stick, is now to bo Keen about town
an livoly as a kitten, feeling as
pleased a a (log with two tails.
Others besides tho above have ro
coivod tho same wonderful relief
and Sequau's famo is spreading
far and near.
Cripple1) with Rhuumatitn' are
dow pouring into tho old Armory
every evening, whore Sequaii lectures
at 7:150. All invited. Seats provided.
National Band iu attendance. Ad
Sequaii attends at tho old
Armory each day at Ji o'clock for
sale of his Remedies and to receive
persons who wish to undergo his
WITH - -
I 8,-For your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for
The business of the country is I
settling iuto its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned I
from his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch flies iustead of bul-
lets with their tails and the cream is ,
richer in consequence. We believe
we have satisfied every one of our
customers who havo takeu milk from
us and wo are in a position to buo
ply a great many more Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao duriug tho past two weeki
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of ulot our stock feeds
upon, and no longer woudor at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in the lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
thoso who havo. been patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patronage We will be pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to tis and
guarantee all milk to be pure aud
free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE KANOIl.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LEOTUKE ON JAVA
Bequnh Speaks on Jta Oovornmont
A largo audieuco attended tbo
above lecture in the armory hall on
Saturday evening. The lecturer
dwelt for two hours upon tho sub
ject of Java its people, its mode of
government, its railways, tramways,
irrigation, religion of the poople,
civil and military organizations, etc.
Ho explained to his audience that in
order to deal fully with his subject
ho must refer his mind back lo his
arrival iu Java, aud iu this way review
his tour of that country aud relate
to thein tho things ho saw and the
impression made upon him by such.
Ho then wont ou to speak of tho
capital town, Batavia aud its harbor,
taking his audieuoo with him from
the lauding a'. Taujeou L'riok, from
where tho railroad cars tako us
eight miles to tho town of Batavia
itself. Arriving hero wo who aro not
residouts of Java have, within three
days of arrival, to report ourselves
to tho police department, that is, if
wo druiro to remain longer than
three days. Wo then aro granted a
permit to remain iu tho colony for
six months when, if wo wish to bo
eomo permanent residents, we must
obtain a further permit from tho
authorities to do so. Upon becom
ing pormanent residents tho lecturer
stated wo must join tho voluuteor
corps of the country and agree to
protect tho government if called
upon. At the same time the lec
turer stated we should, all hough
acting as volunteers iu a foreign
colony, not relinquish our rights as
subjects of our own country's gov
ernment. Tho lecturer then wont ou to ox
plain the mode of goverauieut from
the governor-general down through
residents, Uioutennut-governors), as
sistant residents, judicial depart
ments, chiefs and magistrates of
various districts, supervision of
Javauese, Malays, Chineso aud Euro
peans separately, safeguards against
uprisings, mode ot irrigation, tho
products ot the colony and how dis
posed of by the producers. Every
nubjout was dealt with in a masterly
Tho largo audience wore thor
oughly interested. Some, upon be
ing invited, putquoetions to the loo
tutor aud received courteous replies.
Sequah coucludod hi; interesting
lecture by exhibiting a few curios
brought by him from Java. Ho ap
peared in Burmese costume which
was very protly. Ho thanked tho
audience for their kind attendance
and promised future lectures upon
different countries. Sequah lecture
to-night on his medicines.
COAL STEALER CAUGHT.
He Had Been Helping HImaolf to the
Fuel for Bulling.
A considerable quantity of coal
has been missing during tho past
three months from the coal pile of
Allen & Kobinsou on tho city front.
Although a watch was kept for
thieves no clow could be got as to
tho perpetrators of tho depredations.
Ollicer Kaapa was detailed on the
case, aud ho iu turn employed two
others. On Friday night last, about
U o'clock, a Chinaman named Kwong
Yau, who had seen the iusido of
Oahu Prison at frequent intervals,
was soon skulking down to tho coal
pile, taking a circuitous route there
to. Tho sleuths made a closer ap
proach, but were seen by tho man,
who was in tho act of tying tho top
of a bag filled with coal. The thief
Bkippud aud, although a chaso was
made, escaped. He was lator found
and identified at his homo iu China
town. Iu the District Court thin morn
ing Kwong Yau was found guilty of
larcony iu tho fourth degree and
sentenced to six mouths' imprison
ment at hard labor. Several Chinese
laundrymou toatiliod that they had
purchased small quantities of coal
from the defendant.
Frank Shepardson, au engineer on
tho Southern 1'acifio Hy., who resides
at Los Angeles, Cal., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
He was treated by several physicians,
also visited the Hot Springs, but re
ceived no permanent relief until ho
used Uhamuolain'8 fain Halm, lie
says it is tho best medicine iu the
world for rheumatism. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.